IMAG0160From the Iowa Tea Party Bus Tour site:

The Iowa Tea Party Bus Tour will be making its final stop in Des Moines on Saturday, July 2nd. The event will begin at 4 PM on the west lawn of the State Capitol building.

Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann will be the featured speaker at the event. Other speakers will include: State Senator Brad Zaun, State Senator Kent Sorenson, WHO host Simon Conway, and WHO host Jan Mickelson. Ralph Benko of the Gold Standard 2012 Project along with Shane Vander Hart of the Preserve Innocence Project will also make remarks at the event

Notice a familiar name there?  Hmmm…. I was told Simon Conway mentioned my name on the air today.  I thought my ears were burning.  Oh just wanted to note that every candidate was invited to participate, only Congresswoman Bachmann agreed to attend.

She’s kicking off her own bus tour on Saturday.

2 comments
  1. Michelle Bachmann is in my District and I enjoy her conservative stances; but it seems to me that this is either a major “Art of War” collaberation between Bachmann and Palin or Bachmann has been seduced by the Rino’s for a V.P. slot.  I feel that it may be the latter.  (She didn’t go up in leadership in the House like she wanted to did she?)

    Bachmann may be the “Conservative Edmund”  eating the Turkish Delight as in “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardobe”.

    1. The way Bachmann and her staff are attacking Palin, I doubt that it is a collaberation.

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